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ADAPTinternational Sep 18
Adaptive Building Resilience to Shocks via
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Salla Atkins Sep 17
Really glad to see in the limelight!
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WB Social Protection Sep 15
delivery systems can potentially contribute more broadly to a government's ability to deliver. DOWNLOAD our new sourcebook:
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ILOSocialProtection Sep 17
Developing countries should invest US$1.2 trillion to guarantee basic ▶️
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UNICEF Moçambique 16h
More than 1,300 families displaced from Quissanga are receiving an emergency support in Pemba and nearby districts. The subsidy is generously supported by Sweden 🇸🇪, & Netherlands 🇳🇱 (through the Joint Program in ).
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Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed Sep 17
Got to be in in conversation with , and share some of my thoughts on feminism, gender norms, and . Of course, I also name-dropped some researchers and activists that inspire me. Thanks for the invite.
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ILO Mongolia 38m
Herders interested in Lack of knowledge, seasonal income & nomadic lifestyle make it difficult to contribute every month. UNJP supports Gov't to remove bottlenecks & search for creative ideas to extend to herders.
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APO Group English Sep 17
- International Labour Organization (ILO): Developing countries should invest US$1.2 trillion to guarantee basic social protection
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Mamta Murthi Sep 16
With 95% of women in Asia and 89% of women in Sub-Saharan Africa earning income through informal labor, how can programs be better designed to ensure they include the most vulnerable as governments seek to protect & ?
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Naomi Dinnen, BA. MPET Sep 15
will hit hard the poorest and most vulnerable in . 1️⃣ Most work in the informal sector 2️⃣ Many do not have any savings. That’s why programs should be at the center of relief and recovery via
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City BusinessNews Sep 17
ILO Tasks Developing Countries On $1.2trillion Basic Social Protection To guarantee at least basic income security and access to essential health care for all in 2020 alone, developing countries should invest approximatel
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WB Social Protection Sep 17
The response to shows how adaptive can expand on a temporary basis to support the poor and vulnerable before, during and after major shocks, so that they do not fall (deeper) into poverty. Read more in our new report:
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Ugo Gentilini 8h
🚨Check out the new 1⃣3⃣th edition of the “living paper” tracking the state in global responses to Covid19 based on 1⃣1⃣7⃣9⃣ measures in 2⃣1⃣2⃣ countries/territories!🚨 And with accompanying Excel file!
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Ugo Gentilini Sep 17
"... an additional $1.2T would be needed in 2020 to fully finance (...) a floor in developing countries. This represents an additional investment of 3.8% of these countries’ GDP". Excellent note by
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Dvara Research Sep 16
How Did Low-income Households Manage During Lockdown?- by Hasna Ashraf ()
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JulieMugure Sep 15
A call for government to consider older persons living with disabilities in cash transfers programs.
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Tapio Laakso Sep 15
By September 2020, 208 countries and territories announced at least 1,407 measures in response to the crisis. 1/
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FCDO Inclusive Sep 13
Excellent report on in the recovery to : "Maladapted, short-term, reactive, and inattentive to the realities of people in poverty, the new wave of social protection hype must hold up to human rights scrutiny."
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Maja Gavrilovic Sep 17
Our talks to from platform about feminism, gender norms and transformative potential of . Great interview 🌟👏
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Tapio Laakso Sep 16
Australia urged to start 'Pacific jobkeeper' program after coronavirus wreaks havoc on economies
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